This cozy, flavorful soup comes together in under 30 minutes, but you'd never guess with the tender noodles, rich stock, and perfectly cooked vegetables. Serve up with some shaved Parmesan, a crusty slice of French bread and a glass of white wine. If you're pressed for time without any roasted turkey on hand, pick up a rotisserie chicken from the store and sub that in. You'll love the magic and simplicity of just dumping the ingredients into the pot, letting them simmer, and serving up a warm, hearty meal.
Want to make a Turkey Tortellini Soup with Greens. And the process is simply dumping all the ingredients in a pot, let it simmer and magic is made. First thing you wanna do sis wash your celery. And remove a couple of stalks. Wanna get these chops so every Thing cooks in a nice uniform way. I'm gonna heat a couple tablespoons of olive oil, I'm gonna take my sliced carrot, a little bit of onion, and of course our celery. I'm gonna cook these eight to ten minutes to get it nice and soft, getting all their flavors in the pan, I'm gonna add some chopped garlic. And we're gonna cook that garlic for a minute or so just until it opens up I'm gonna add in my turkey, my fresh turkey stock and I'm gonna bring this to a boil and back it down to a simmer. Let it cook for about 10 minutes. After it's simmered, I'm gonna add my tortellini, let it simmer till tender. About six to eight minutes. Next step is to add in some fresh spinach. And the spinach is gonna wilt super fast. All right, I'm gonna season with a little salt, and a little freshly ground black pepper. All right, our soup is ready to go, it smells amazing, and I love to finish this soup with a little freshly grated parmesan cheese, and, there, you have a simple one pot, dump and go, unbelievably delicious Turkey, tortellini soup and greens. [MUSIC]